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Social Science Education Center

Social Science Seminars

The Social Science Education Center at Weber State University offers general education credit at a low cost to you as an educator. This is a two-credit-hour history/social science seminar that will meet on Wednesdays from 4:15 to 6:45 p.m. at Weber State’s Ogden campus.

We will offer these seminars every semester with a different topic each semester (summer seminars will be a two-week-long condensed session and meet from 9:00 a.m.-Noon). You can repeat these workshops as many times as you’d like. 

The Seminars will:



Our Next Seminar: 

"Isms in World History" 



Here are the daily topics:  


June 13-   "Urbanism," Dr. Jeremy Bryson, Associate Professor of Geography

June 14-    "Globalism:  The Socio-Cultural Dimension," Dr. Rob Reynolds, Associate Professor of Sociology 

June 15-    "Republicanism," Dr. Thom Kuehls, Professor of Political Science

June 16-    "Mercantilism," Dr. Matt Romaniello, Associate Professor of History 

June 17-    "Epicureanism/Stoicism," Dr. Bob Fudge, Professor of Philosophy

June 20-    "Medieval Anti-Semitism," Dr. Stephen Francis, Associate Professor of History

June 21-    "Existentialism," Dr. Richard Greene, Professor of Philosophy

June 22-    "Universalism/Unitarianism," Dr. Nathan Rives, Instructor of History  

June 23-    "Sexism in the 1950s and 1960s," Dr. Leah LaGrone, Assistant Professor of History

June 24-    "Anarchism," Dr. Brady Brower, Professor of History


This seminar will be held Monday-Friday, June 13-24, from 9:00 a.m.-Noon.

Weber State Davis Campus, Building D2, Room 106

2750 N University Park Blvd., Layton

The Social Science Education Center is covering the cost of this seminar.

So you will be able to get college credit at No Cost to You.

For further information contact Dr. Stephen Francis



How to Register 


Scroll down to HIST 2920 "Riots, Rebellions, and Revolts"  CRN 2023-10 11122 and click on "Add to Cart"

Then when you are at th payment screen click on Grant in the drop-down menu


Enroll Now

****Looking Ahead:  

                                            Fall 2022- "The History of History"


If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Stephen Francis